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Anonymous
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Number Visualization

Hi All,

 

I have odd requirement to fulfil

 

Values in DBClient Requrement
100.25100.25
15.35715.36
1515
1313

 

can this  number format achievable ?

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

You will need to create a measure or a calculate column to format  the numbers. Try this:

 

Measure =
IF (
    SUM ( Table[Number] ) = INT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ) ),
    FORMAT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ), "#,#" ),
    FORMAT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ), "#,0.00" )
)

 

or

Column =
IF (
    Table[Number] = INT ( Table[Number] ),
    FORMAT ( Table[Number], "#,#" ),
    FORMAT ( Table[Number], "#,0.00" )
)

 

Please take note that the result will be of text data type.










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danextian
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You may format by selecting a field (column or measure) then going to Modeling tab. 
format a field.png










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Anonymous
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Appreciate ur @danextian  reply
I will describe my more  


As my knowlage,

under the same column heading, two data format need to show


decimal number with 2 decimal places 
100.25
15.36

And aslo 


15
13
need to visualise like whole number

end result need to be
100.25
15.36

15

13


how can i achive this?

You will need to create a measure or a calculate column to format  the numbers. Try this:

 

Measure =
IF (
    SUM ( Table[Number] ) = INT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ) ),
    FORMAT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ), "#,#" ),
    FORMAT ( SUM ( Table[Number] ), "#,0.00" )
)

 

or

Column =
IF (
    Table[Number] = INT ( Table[Number] ),
    FORMAT ( Table[Number], "#,#" ),
    FORMAT ( Table[Number], "#,0.00" )
)

 

Please take note that the result will be of text data type.










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